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“Of course, numerous Native Americans were averse to the new law that forced them to leave their homes, one of which was the Cherokee tribe. The Cherokees tried to fight the Indian Removal Act. They filed a case against the entire state of Georgia, and it eventually found its way to the Supreme Court where Justice John Marshall declared that the government had no right to claim the Cherokee’s ancestral lands as its own. Unfortunately, President Jackson overruled this declaration and allowed it to push through.”
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“Ever since Watergate, every national scandal that would surface would almost always have “-gate” suffixed to it.”
William D. Willis, American History: US History: An Overview of the Most Important People & Events. The History of United States: From Indians, to "Contemporary" History ... Native Americans, Indians, New York Book 1)

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“Believe in truth. To abandon facts is to abandon freedom. If nothing is true, then no one can criticize power, because there is no basis upon which to do so. If nothing is true, then all is spectacle. The biggest wallet pays for the most blinding lights.”
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“Even though it was hard to browse through all of the reported atrocities that were done to the Native American people, you still need to learn about them so you can empathize and understand them better. It is quite sad that during the early years of the United States, the total population of Native American people dwindled down by almost 80 percent. That was a dark period for the country, but people still need to learn about these things so they will not happen ever again.”
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“On August 3, 1492, Christopher Columbus took his three ships, the Pinta, the Niña, and the Santa Maria, out of the Spanish port town of Palos and sailed westward. Understandably, Columbus’s crew did not share his beliefs, and they are all terrified at the prospect of sailing over the edge of the world. To appease his crewmembers, Columbus kept two logbooks; one contained the real distance that they have travelled, and a second one that shows a considerably lesser amount. He kept the first book a secret from the crew. However, the crew started to become suspicious about their travels.”
William D. Willis, American History: US History: An Overview of the Most Important People & Events. The History of United States: From Indians, to "Contemporary" History ... Native Americans, Indians, New York Book 1)

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